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What is Considered Fraud in Connecticut?


These days technology is getting more and more advanced, which means fraud is becoming even easier to commit.  Technology allows millions of bits of personal information to cross cities, states, and continents.   Information has never been as accessible as it … Continued


How to Build Your Defense to Embezzlement in New Haven


Embezzlement is a term you have probably read in the newspaper or heard on a crime drama on television, but few know what the crime actually entails.  It is actually a fairly common form of white-collar crime, which is taken … Continued


Tips to Protect Yourself from Credit Card Fraud


Criminal minds are evolving alongside the technology designed to stop them. When gas stations took imprints of credit cards through their sliding mechanism, criminals mastered it. As soon as people took their shopping online, duplicity escalated. Chip technology? No problem … Continued


Current Marijuana Possession Law and Marijuana DUIs


While it is currently illegal in Connecticut to enjoy the pleasures of marijuana, there are still several bills that may pass legislation which could change that fairly quickly. Today’s marijuana possession law allows Connecticut folks little leeway to get high … Continued


The Work of an Expert Larceny Attorney Never Ceases


Here’s an explanation and classification of the varying degrees of larceny in the state of Connecticut provided by an experienced larceny attorney in New Haven. #Larceny #Attorney


New Haven Property Crimes and How Legal Proceedings Work


The best tool defendants in property crimes cases can arm themselves with is awareness of criminal law. See what penalties come with property crimes in New Haven.


Your Firearms Rights Attorney Explains 2nd Amendment Rights


Connecticut offers permissive licensing and the freedom to carry nearly all non-assault weapons. So why would you need a firearm rights attorney? Find out now.


Will Supreme Court UIM Ruling Affect Personal Injury Cases?


Personal injury cases are formed on their own merits. Find out about if Supreme Court’s decision regarding underinsured motorists affects you.


What To Do If You Have Been Charged With Credit Card Fraud


The unauthorized use of someone else’s credit card or debit card is a type of identity crime.  The purpose of the crime is to fraudulently obtain goods, services or money.  Oklahoma has extensive laws prohibiting certain actions that result in … Continued


Frequently Asked Questions About Pardons in Connecticut


What is a Pardon in Connecticut?There are two types of pardons.  The first one is called an expungement pardon.  This type of pardon erases all criminal offenses on your criminal record database.The second type is called a provisional pardon.  This … Continued